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, and a little while. first, congressman steven horsford, a democratic freshman from nevada. he is up next. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ [video clip] >> 3 meters. ok, stand by. >> contact. >> glad to see you. >> it's hard to realize now 25 years after apollo-soyuz what the climate was like back then. in a way, after the years of khrushchev and stalin and communism, the lectern with his shoe and all that, the soviets were very foreign to us. after some of the things that happened, we thought they were pretty aggressive people -- and i will not say monsters, but they probably thought we were monsters. so we very quickly broke through that, because when you deal with people that are in the same line of work as you are and you are around them for a short time, you discover that they are human beings. >> this weekend on american history tv, oral history, on the 1975 meeting in space between u.s. astronauts and soviet cosmonauts, sunday at 3:00 p.m. eastern on c-span3. [video clip] >> from the very start, organized militaries have always spent a lot of their time fighting unconventional, a regular
sign for the water supply. nbc's miguel almaguer reports from california, sierra nevada mountains. >> reporter: in the mountains of california's gold country, this season, a different kind of boom. >> the amount of snowpack determines how much water we're going to have next summer. >> reporter: the sierra nevada snowpack sits at 134% of normal. early snowstorms have dumped half a typical winter's snowfall in just two weeks. >> that's a huge turnaround from last year. >> reporter: the change in just 12 months is dramatic. last year on this day in squaw valley. this year. but chris field and his team who won a nobel prize for their work on climate change warn snow is melting faster than ever before. >> we have been seeing earlier snowmelt, and we have been seeing this in a consistent way, and it's something we expect to continue as the climate warms. >> reporter: for now, reservoirs are filling fast, a lifeline for the nation's largest agriculture-producing state, which uses 75% of its water for irrigation. the snowpack here in the california sierras should help ease a drought that'
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. the president pro tempore: the senator from illinois. mr. durbin: mr. president, the state of nevada was admitted to the union in 1864. since 1864 there have been 25 senators in its 148-year history. today harry mason reid becomes the longest-serving member of congress in the history of the state of nevada. senator reid was elected to the u.s. house of representatives the same year that i was elected, in 1982, and became a member of the house in 1983. he became a member of the united states senate in 1987. he has served with great distinction in both houses of congress, serving his state of nevada. and today is the highest-ranking democrat in the united states senate serving as its majority leader. i would dare say, mr. president, that you and i will probably not really know anything about the town of searchlight, nevada, were it not for harry reid. harry reid has told us so many stories of his youth and his background in that tiny town and what brought him to this station in life today. i almost feel if there were a town or high school reunion i could attend it with harry and look a
confirmed identity of alyssa. i have notified her father. >>reporter: authorities in nevada had been key part of the search because she was headed toward the horizon hotel in lake tahoe, nevada but her body was found about half mile away from the snow globe concert she had been attending which is in south lake tahoe, california. investigators say she may have been disoriented during her walk. >> if she was heading to the horizon in nevada she was going the wrong direction. >>reporter: alyssa body found on the other side of snow berm. investigators say she was fully clothed and no signs of foul my and nothing to lead them to believe she had been hit by a car. but there are still details that have to be ironed out. including one report that she had been seen at the horizon hotel just after the snow globe concert fichlt that person did sea her it is possible that she jumped on a shuttle or got a ride back to the snow globe area so we have got a lot of leg work still to do. >>reporter: investigators are lacking for footprints in the snow and other clue to piece together what happened. al
. so you see that snow in the sierra nevada. mother nature helping out just a little bit. 38 in yosemite with 56 in sacramento. still a few lingering showers to the south. we have a high surf advisory along the central coast with significant swells down through santa monica. be careful if you are headed to the coast later on today and bundle up. it is going to be quite chilly out there. 54 at san mateo. san francisco mid-50s. 55 in concord. so not much of a change. numbers in a very narrow range. it's certainly cooler than yesterday, but compared to the bay area and the central coast, very cool with mid-50s. here's a look at our accuweather seven-day forecast. still in the 50s tomorrow, despite all the sunshine. the winds will finally dial back. we get warmer each and every day. around average wednesday and mid-and upper 60s thursday and friday. jacques this is february. it looks like then we could see some changes by the end of next weekend. certainly cold this morning. >> cold, but something to look forward to. thanks, lisa. dan harris joins us from new york to tell us had
this year -- each year since obama has been in office. >> what president obama was speaking in nevada, an emotional scene was unfolding in neighboring arizona. over the past two weeks, and burkett activists have been organizing to reunite three u.s.-born children with their father who was recently placed in detention. as late as wednesday, edi arma was expected to be deported to guatemala because of a traffic stop in 2009. he was detained earlier this month as he went to drive his kids to school in his driveway. his 11-year-old son jose witnessed the agents from immigration and customs enforcement as they took his father into custody. >> monday morning when we were going to school, my dad was outside. when i was going to go with him to open the car, these guys came and they got him and they arrested him. [indiscernible] >> last night after a campaign led by community organizers with the group puente arizona and his son and others, edi arma was reunited with his family. he was given permission to stay and work in the country for one year, but still faces the threat of deportation. now,
the las vegas of the east. there are comparisons. equal doses of glitz and glamour. most of nevada's major players have staked their fortunes here. rightly so. in just a decade, macao eclipsed the world as the place for gaming. not to be outdone, and hong kong billionaire is expanding his casino resort. with the gaming revenues on the island and expected to double by 2015, he has big plans. >> we will have 10 million square feet of space is. we should be one of the top casino resorts in the world. >> 0.3 billion sanders is credited for being macao financial fortune. junket operators use slick advertisers lure high rollers to vip rooms. there are tiny state officials who use macau to launder millions in illicit earnings. it is something operators do not like talking about. >> it is hard for me to say if there are such people. i do not know. most people are above board and follow the law. >> casino executives admit a crackdown. enforcement is attracting -- attracting more of the country's middle class. they have been experimenting with a greater variety of attractions. casino resorts have tr
, now here is your first look at this morning's dish of "scrambled politics." a nevada state lawmaker stephen brooks was arrested on a charge of threatening the nevada speaker because he was unhappy with his committee assignments. >>> and a big thank you to alex witt weekends, here are energy facts. during the afternoon of inauguration day 1985, ronald reagan participated in a coin toss for super bowl xix between san francisco and miami. the president made the call live via satellite from the white house. james buchanan's inauguration in 1857 was delayed for 20 minutes because someone forgot to pick up the departing president. and 1889, a cake in the shape of the capitol building that was six feet high and weighing 800 pounds for benjamin harrison's cake. the commander in chief's ball will have the cake. lady gaga will perform on tuesday at the ball for white house staff employees. and actress and activist ashley judd is taking a close look at running against senate minority leader mitch mcconnell in kentucky in the 2014 race. >>> and elizabeth bush is running for congress in south ca
. americans who want to escape kim moved to alaska florida and new hampshire nevada south dakota tennessee texas washington and royal bank. all have state -- no state income tax and create more jobs. without the income tax they were forced to limit the growth of their government. every state has prisons, schools but they find a way to fund those for less. those nine states gained population from other states, increase jobs four point* 9%. the other states declined. competition between neighboring states keeps them from indulging. new hampshire kept vermont politicians from going crazy. the existence of arizona and nevada teacher the california legislator from going crazy. they still do despite so many people moving. but it is good we have places like texas. smaller government
to the governor of nevada giving his state of the state address giving out this particular issue. [video clip] >> i announced nevada would comply with the affordable care act as they related to the expansion of medicare services. as a result, some 78,000 more nevadans will have coverage without facing the new tax penalties imposed by the affordable care act. [applause] the federal law allows us to shift the mental health and other state spending to other sources say. the general on nearly $25 million over the biennium. over the next six years, this will create up to 8000 new health-care jobs and inject over half a billion dollars into where state's economy. as i noted before, we must increase taxes to bear the increased cost of the affordable care act, but the issue of the long-term health care costs remain. as such, i believe we must ask certain medicaid patients to have a modest contribution. i will insist nv will be able to opt out of the expansion program in early -- in later years should circumstances change. [applause] beyond medicaid, my budget provides additional funding for our state
in nevada? what did their father do there? why did they move to california? what were his parents like, her mother's parents like? >> okay. now we're getting into a tricky area. so her father was the son of irish immigrants, and he had traveled around as an itinerant -- he had done a lot of different things. he had been on a merchant ship. he would kind of talk to her about his adventures. he had been a miner. her mother was a first generation german immigrant, and her mother had been married before. her mother was, um, her mother came over as a child with an aunt, ended up staying and eventually married a man named bender. they moved up to -- what dakota did we decide it was? i think it was north dakota. moved up to north dakota, and he was killed in a flood up there. now, actually, i tried very hard to find information about the flood that killed him. i called the archives, i called the -- i spoke to the around conservativist and really could not find a tremendous amount of information about her mother's first husband. from that marriage she did have two children, all right? and she, then
. he's now the head coach for the university of nevada football team. good to see you, sir. you visited te'o 15 times when you were recruiting him, you got to know him, you've talked to him since this story broke. what has he said to you? >> well, our conversations, in fact, have been via text. and to be honest with you, i did not want to get into the details of the whole thing with him. frankly, i was more concerned about his welfare as a person and that of his family. so really the focus was, hey, k kiddo, how you doing, is everything okay? and the conversations kind of went along those lines. >> and how was he? does he seem -- is he -- are they -- are you truly worried about him and his mental well-being right now, or is he doing okay? >> knob wino, i think he's doin. at the very beginning of this whole process, i could just sense that he was tired and that he was, you know, a little bit worn out by it and i was concerned about his mom and dad, and, you know, the one thing about the young man, he's very emotional. he wears it on his sleeve. and when, you know, when all of this began
high clouds coming down out of idaho and northern nevada and it is tough to bulging this and unless you get a pattern change this time of year that, cold air settles in and it is tough to move around. we do have these clouds and temperatures are already in the 20s for some, walnut creek is in there. i just heard from brandon in pacifica, 36, now that is cold. novato 30, napa 30, you know there is probably some upper 20s as well. high pressure is blowing in slowly with an easterly breeze and closer to the coast and bay they are easing up on the temperatures. it does not do much for fairfield and vacaville and santa cruz. we will continue this theme and overnight lows will continue to come up and still dry and patchy fog inland temperatures 60s. >>> the police chief will take over the department on an interim basis. larry he is ball has been -- escrow ball has been -- another man has been appointed to step in as chief for the time-being. >>> it is the first homicide of the year. police arrived on perdue avenue around 1:45 after the shot spotter system detected gunfire. they found a man wi
, south dakota had the highest vaccination rate, 51% of the state, while nevada had the lowest vaccination rate last year at just 32%. in montgomery county, maryland, just outside of d.c., fire department ambulances are often rerouted to different e.r.s since so many hospitals are already full with flu patients, especially the elderly. >> our paramedics, firefighters, emts have seen a tripling of flu-like cases this month, as well as over 200 more transports this month. >> reporter: just 15 days. >> as compared to last year. >> reporter: doctors continue to urge everyone to get vaccinated, even this far into the season. >> it's not too late to get a flu shot, but it does take about two weeks for the immunity to kick in. >> reporter: back at leah's home -- >> i have to say this feels worse than any other sickness i've had in years. >> reporter: a lot of people are asking, if i get the vaccine, how long am i protected? well, the experts are saying that at least through this season and maybe a little bit longer than that, brian? >> we learned last night it lessens the severity of it. if you d
morning. we will look at live doppler 7 hd across the expire state. it is dry. it is dry in nevada, arizona, utah, washington, oregon, all dry right now and under the influence of the high pressure. temperatures are climbing. we have mid-to-upper 50's through the central valley, eureka down to big sur and mid-to-upper 40's in the sierra. if you are headed down south, it is starting to get warmer with temperatures ten degrees warmer than last week with mid-to-upper 60's around los angeles and palm springs and san diego. we have a "spare the air" today. that is from particulate air, not from the cars. >> we have light conditions on wednesday morning. to the golden gate bridge, no fog. you are down to two lanes southbound. that will be reconfigured later on this morning in another 20 minutes. to four lanes southbound and two lanes in the northbound direction. clear and smooth sailing with no problem there. from marin to san francisco, no problems. the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights and no problems, stalls, or accidents. road work on the westbound direction is being picked u
cool here over all of nevada and california. this weak low along the coast will bring up just a little bit of light shower activity. most of you will see a quarter inch or more. is there more cold air on the way? this tracks the cold air from the arctic over the next seven days. you can see the blue shows where the cold is. it looks like for the most part throughout the upcoming weekend, much of the country warms up. then a little sliver of cold air comes down at us it. looks like tuesday, wednesday and thursday of next week and probably significantly kind of cold in areas of idaho and montana and near spokane. again, that's the middle of next week. so we get a little break from this cold spell. then it looks like next week gets chilly in the northwest, but today's forecast again, just a few late-day showers. that's the only weather headline out there. that's a look at the nationalou california, enjoyable right through the weekend. i don't think you mind the cold so much as long as it is sunny. when you get the cold and cloudy it is a lot worse. >> that does make things worse. thank yo
country in nevada. as far as the cascades go a little bit maybe six to 12 near seattle maybe three to six there between portland and medford. in the mountains not down on i-5. today's forecast we got the rain and notice at the high elevations. that doesn't go into southern california. that's a look at your national washington state that rain will be with you most of the day. so it looks like the cold air, now we get the storm out, all the cold air will be spilling into the west. >> thanks a lot. >>> well, what's holding up tax returns? the debt ceiling fix that fits in your pocket. and the new year's dish that will definitely break the bank. >>> plus, could your favorite drink be making you feel lousy? you're watching "early today." is >> here are some of the stories we're watching for you. the united nations says about 1 million syrians are going hungry because of difficulties getting supplies into conflict zones. the u.n.'s world food program is handing out rations to about 1.5 million people in syria every month, but 1 million more are still in need. >>> in australia, more than 130 fir
, nevada, if he wants to go to vegas, a lot of golf courses there. so, i think this is -- this is bigger than phil mickelson is the problem california is having, kicked the rate to 13.3%, a lot of people are looking elsewhere. >> paul: steve, there's a lot of tax action in the states, tax reform, that's pretty interesting. a lot of governors tryin even eliminate the income tax, louisiana, kansas, nebraska, tell us what's going on and why? >> a great story and by the way, james, 63 of the great golf score, but it ain't so good as a tax rate and that's what phil mickelson states, and the big story here, a lot of states have been looking at what's happening in places like texas and in places like tennessee, i'm in nashville, tennessee, today it's boomtown, usa. states that have no income tax and the evidence is irrefutable that businesses and capital and families are moving out of those high tax states like where you live in new york and moving to these no tax states. he so you've got a number of places like north carolina, like arkansas, like kansas and oklahoma and the south and southwest
, that's right. and tomorrow he's going to nevada to create public pressure, the white house says. it was supposed to be the place where he was going to launch this push for immigration, but the white house is very supportive of what this bipartisan group of senators are not ready to fully endorse the deal, but they endorse it in principle. and that's exactly right. and it goes to what kelly said at the beginning, brian. both parties -- big deals happen in washington when the political self interests align. and john mccain has been very straightforward about the self interests of the republican party. they have got to fix their problems with hispanics, and that's why they're at the table. >> all right, chuck todd, at the white house tonight. chuck, thanks. >>> it has been exactly three months since hurricane sandy tore up the east coast, and finally tonight, after a four-week delay, the senate gave final approval to a $50 billion aid package to help the region rebuild. this bill was delayed when the clock ran out. you'll recall at the new year on the legislative session before a v
nutritional supplements and have similar business models. president obama heads to nevada today -- where he will deliver a speech regarding immigration policy. yesterday -- a group of eight bipartisan lawmakers unveiled an immigration reform plan -- calling the proposals "tough but fair." the proposals would make it possible for undocumented immigrants to apply for green cards by passing a background check and paying a fine. the senators also addressed ramping up border security. the steps would be easier for children of undocumented immigrants and agricultural workers to obtain citizenship. starting friday -- japan can begin importing beef from the u.s. the japanese government is easing restrictions of a ban set in place in 2003. japan shut off imports from the u-s and other countries following the mad cow scare. now -- the country will permit beef imports from cattle 30 months or younger. its a victory for beef exporters here. prior to the ban japan was one of the largest customers for the industry. boeing's dreamliner investigation is shifting beyond the battery. as 787's remain grounded
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into nevada and los vegas. lakeport 29, our observer, though phil has 24, i do believe and there are temperatures that are colder than this. i did see a 27 and a 29 in brentwood, pleasanton, lafayette, 29 degrees, san jose state 36. 20s for gilroy and morgan hill and woodside and palo alto foster city, i think i saw 33 in pearl game and that's -- pearl game and that's cold. high clouds with that east breeze and it is going to be cold through the interior. a little bit warmer through berkeley and el cerrito, they are all 34 degrees. half-moon bay and santa cruz will go a warm 57. a little bit warmer each day as we go into the weekend and it looks like patch think fog but temperatures are getting back to the 60s. >>> big mystery this morning, it is about facebook, the event that will start in just about a couple of hours and why there is so much buzz. >> and known as the international airport known as fso, we will tell you what it was once named after. >>> good morning, 680 traffic, we will tell you more about the morning commute and the bay area weather. well, well, well
, cold temperatures. in the sierra nevada we are well below zero, about 9 below at the airport this morning. 27 this afternoon with the low 50s along the coast. 58 in los angeles. they will have some wind tonight through tomorrow and that will bring those temperatures up. but everyone really expecting the cooler than average temperatures. we should see about 52, 54 downtown. we are only at 50 today. numbers over in our inland valleys only in the upper 40s. livermore similar to yesterday, 49. 48 in antioch with some low 50s for santa rosa. down by the monterey bay and along the coast, just at about 50 degrees. the winds will be light, though. that will keep it bearable out there. plenty of sunshine. 52 salinas, 50 hollister. then overnight tonight. once again we will see plenty of 20s, upper 20s fremont, could see some mid-40s around oakland, 32 san mateo, and below freezing santa cruz. half moon bay about 34. hers the forecast. a frosty one again tonight and we will look for temperatures to come up maybe two or three degrees tomorrow. then more moderating temperatures tuesday a
into the sierra nevada. light rain also in vegas. if you are headed out even along the coast, mild visibility half moon bay. really some changing weather conditions throughout the day today all around the bay area and to the south of us. so starting out there is fog. turning cooler today and a cool, dry pattern into next week. we aren't talking about any rain. the only possibility of rain we are looking at is from this weak system to the north and it's only going to give as you slight chance. yesterday's rain in southern california continues to move out of the picture. but we could have a slight chan of a shower from this incoming system. now, to the north and west of us is the cold air that is bottled up from the gulf of alaska. as this front pushes on through, it provides that instability, that cooler air and a slight chance of a shower throughout the entire weekend but it favors the north bay and especially into your sunday morning. so forecasted highs across the state really taking a hit from the mid-60s in our own neck of the woods to the 50s. 60s in southern california, but a dry day today w
. and a few months ago, he was one of the first people in nevada to get approved. [cheers and applause] in that moment, allen said, i felt the fear vanish. i felt accepted. so today allen's in his second year at the college of southern nevada. [cheers and applause] allen's studying to become a doctor. he hopes to join the air force. he's working hard, every single day to build a better life for himself and his family. and all he wants is the opportunity to do his part to build a better america. so... [applause] so in the coming weeks, as the idea of reform becomes more real and the debate becomes more heat ed and there are folks who are trying to pull this thing apart... remember allen and all of those who share the same hopes and the same dreams. remember that this is not just a debate about policy. it's about people. it's about men and women, and young people who want nothing more than the chance to earn their way into the american story. and throughout our history, that's only made our nation stronger. that's how we will make sure that this century is the same a, welcoming everybody
't he keep his promise of immigration reform? >> jennifer: that tv ad aired in nevada. fortunately, the president got the last laugh by carrying nevada and then returning to las vegas today. and then today's speech wasn't really about votes. maybe it was a bit but really it was deeper than that. president obama is actually trying to find a solution. and in doing so he inspires, a we just said, those of us whose families came to this exceptional family to make a life. it's my story. unless you're a native american, it's your story too. now the question is whether the congress will be able to overcome the tired and old arguments and make it their story, a bipartisan tale as well. with us to break down the road ahead for immigration reform is "newsweek" daily beast correspondent michael tomasky who joins us from washington, d.c. welcomed in "the war room." >> good evening nice to be with you. >> jennifer: great to have you in the chair. there are some potential roadblocks for both sides of the aisle, are there not? for example tying citizenship to board security, the future primary ch
debate as president obama puts forth his vision today in nevada. those reports after these messages. >> bill: impact segment tonight intently how long has he worked here, 20 minutes? >> hello. >> okay, colmes, any quibble with the interview. >> you asked good questions and he gave you good answers. >> bill: do you think he will become a democrat? >> no. >> bill: do you think he will leave the republican party. >> i think the republican party needs a bigger tent. he is an example of why it is necessary. >> bill: he seemed to me during that interview to be more democrat than republican. did he seem that way to you. >> he wasn't really making republican arguments about how the republican party can improve their position. vis-a-vis minorities. vits is a v black. he was making mostly democrat he doesn't want the voter i.d. which i think is ridiculous. he seems, colmes, to like the big spending entitlement culture that is rising in this country. he doesn't object to it. >> i think the key point here is that he talked about working for nixon and reagan. i don't know that those people could
, president obama is heading to nevada today to announce his plan. melanie alnwick is live on capitol hill with more and dare we say they are coming to some kind of agreement to something? >> reporter: i don't know about that, wisdom. it is one thing to announce a framework and another thing to get it passed through congress. we'll see. the president's vegas trip today is part of the goal to really start rallying public support behind some of the proposals here on capitol hill and put that public pressure on lawmakers. he will unveil his own plan which the white house says actually has a faster pathway to citizenship than the senate's version. now, in the senate framework that was released monday, if would allow more temporary workers to stay. it increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. green cards would be awarded to immigrants who obtained certain advanced degree from mesh universities. similar to the president's plan, people here illegally would have to pass background checks and pay fines and taxes. and then they would apply behind those already in line
deal was announced by lawmakers, president obama is heading to nevada to announce his plan. melanie a.-- alnwick has that story. >> the president's trip to vegas is to unveil his plan for immigration reform. eight senators, four republicans, four democrats, released framework monday which they call a tough but fair route to citizenship for more than 11 million people living here illegally. it allows more temporary workers to stay, increases border security and cracks down on employers who hire illegals. green cards could be awarded to immigrants who obtain certain advanced degree from american university. people here illegally would have to pass background checks and pay fines and taxes and then apply behind those who are already in line for a green card. these aren't new ideas. a bipartisan effort led by senators mccain and kennedy in 2007 failed but the stakes are different this year. >> for the first time ever, there is more political risk in opposing immigration reform than in supporting it. we believe we have a window of opportunity to act but we will only succeed in the effort i
state of nevada, not that nevada is firing on all cylinders, but that says a lot about the well-to-do, or those slightly better off than others that when their taxed to the hilt, they move to the hilt. >> they will move. neil: a global trend here. what are we to make of that? >> something to take into consideration. as we're about to head into basically four months of long fiscal debate here on capitol hill when it comes to the budget, when it comes to the sequester and continuing resolution. the president has made it clear that he want as balanced approach, and that he wants taxes to be on the table. neil: it's not a balanced approach. it's not balanced. >> it's not balance the at all, but we need to take this into consideration that we raised taxes once, everyone is seeing less money in the paycheck, and now we ask people to pay more money? stheez companies are going to look for other places to move to, and that's why we have seen a lot of companies move overseas, not just to move to other states, but move overseas because of the cost of doing business here, because of regulat
the states and go to arizona of the world. florida, nevada. texas. the headlines with phil mickelson, he is looking to leave california because of his tax situation and move to nevada because tax rates. liz: so will the williams sisters, right? >> including now the former president looking to leave france and go to great britain. the french actor looking to leave france and go to russia. liz: it is not just hedge funds leaving. i am seeing big powerhouses like goldman sachs setting up shop in low tax states. raymond james. can the states do businesses? >> i think you can do business anywhere, right? still not the point repertory environment is so burdensome the cost to have to lay out, they're looking as a business expense and saying what will make us profitable to the shareholders? they have to decide, they can go to the states to save that money because maybe they can hire more people, be they can open up multiple offices and do more than they can in new york because the fact taxes are so high here. liz: let anybody get a wake-up call about this? >> we certainly hope so. this is how de
nevada. for 30 years, republicans and democrats in nevada have said they don't want nuclear waste buried in nevada. anything that touches the local state touches the constituents, and touches the people who are going to vote for them. when we get to national issues, however, it is different situation. the number out of 233 republicans and house, only 16 of them were elected from districts carried by president obama. up to 200 democrats -- of the 200 democrats, only eight or nine or elected from districts carried by governor romney. that means the greatest danger to these republicans and democrats is in the primaries. what happens if you or a member of congress, you are great concern is to protect yourself in those primaries from people coming at you from the left and right. congresswoman edwards touched on it. there is only one way around this. it takes leadership to provide cover in politics, to get people the courage to stand up and do what is right. how do you get there? members of congress -- i have been in this town for 30 years. they don't know each other anymore. they don't spend
of north dakota. mr. heller of nevada. ms. hirono of hawaii. mr. kaine of virginia. the vice president: please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that you bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that you take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter, so help you god? the group: i do. the vice president: congratulations, senators. [applause] the vice president: the clerk will call the names of the next group. the clerk: mr. king of maine. ms. klobuchar of minnesota. mr. manchin of west virginia. mrs. mccaskill of missouri. the vice president: please raise your right hand. do you solemnly swear that you will support and defend the constitution of the united states against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that you bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that you take this obligation freely, without any mental reservat
: that's right. we understand the sheriff's office in nevada is gonna hold a press conference at 10:00 this morning. hopefully we'll learn more information. the restaurant behind me, beyond the flory, this is one of -- glory, this is one of four restaurants that will help with the search. alyssa's mother and brother have been by the phone waiting to hear any news while her father has been up in the lake tahoe for the past few days looking for his daughter. search and rescue teams scoured the area by helicopter and snow knew-- snowshoe. she vanished on new year's eve from the horizon hotel. one friend who said he spotted her in the lobby that night says alyssa didn't seem to be herself. he said she appeared intoxication but was not in distress. so far all of these searches have turned up nothing. >> apparently it was -- it revealed nothing which i was very revealed to find out. you know, i'm hoping -- i'm hopeful that that means she's in an area where at least she's warm. >> reporter: now, investigators have discovered a new signal, transmitted from her phone just minutes after the n
for immigration changes in the state of nevada as you were saying, jon. that is a state where latinos make up more than a quarter of the population. they went two to one for president obama last fall in the election. it is also a state where illegal immigrants make up 7.2% of the population. jon? jon: what is the response from republicans so far? >> reporter: well you have buy-in from some of them. they were part of that bipartisan senate group. there was john mccain of arizona, jeff flake of arizona, lindsey graham of south carolina, and marco rubio from florida. they have agreed to that framework so far. the top republican in the senate though is waiting. he would like more details from that group and from the president. senator mitch mcconnell says he hopes the president's speech today is not, quote, another divisive partisan speech. he says immigration changes should be, quote, on a bipartisan basis and include ideas from both sides of the aisle. you have house republicans such as texas congressman lamar smith, he said in a statement, quote, by granting amnesty the senate proposal actually com
's on defense spending. consider the case of senator harry reid. majority leader democrat from nevada. he has several family members registered lobbists. son lobbied on several groups and secured $50 million in earmarks. he also has another son who is involved in a a billion dollars venture involving a chinese effort to develop an energy project in the deserts of nevada. in that particular case, the majority leader took a personal interest in and helped to push it through. just remember when you see the professional wrestling in washington, d.c., it's not so much red and blue, it's really green, the color that really matters. >> sean: we continue with steve sweitzer. didn't obama say he was going to ban lobbists from his administration. eliminate earmarks? >> most transparent in history. >> sean: 27 senators. 51 house members that like bill young, i mean bill young has, what is it a sister-in-law? >> daughter-in-law, yes. that's exactly right. >> sean: he is the father-in-law and he sits on this powerful committee and she lobbies him? >> yeah. here is the parallel of the universe that's washi
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